Nov 14th

Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm

This is a new brand to me which I received in my November’s Feel Unique box. Love a brand to try that I have not heard of before, just sort of makes it a little more special.
This is a generous 15ml sample, the packaging is gorgeous and looks luxurious. We also received the cloth that you would need to purchase separately.
The product is a thick consistency and like an oil that has solidified slightly. It has a pleasant smell, can’t put my finger on it but have definitely used something with a very similar smell. You only need a small amount as you add a touch of water to it to form a cream.
Swatch after water added

The cloth that you use has one soft side and the other is an exfoliator. Once you have formed the cream you rub into the skin for a few minutes. You then need to soak the cloth in warm water and use the soft side to wash off the cream and then use the exfoliating side after.
My skin felt amazing, clean and soft after use, I was a bit worried the exfoliator side was too harsh for my sensitive skin but in the end it was fine! Slightly tight feeling in the skin but I think that would be the water. I probably wouldn’t use it every day as it is a little time consuming but it will definitely be used up and repurchased if my bank balance allows me 😉
It’s £34 for 100ml and 3 cloths are £10
Anyone else tried this? What are your thoughts? x

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This is a new brand to me which I received in my November’s Feel Unique box. Love a brand to try that I have not heard of before, just sort of makes it a little more special.
This is a generous 15ml sample, the packaging is gorgeous and looks luxurious. We also received the cloth that you would need to purchase separately.
The product is a thick consistency and like an oil that has solidified slightly. It has a pleasant smell, can’t put my finger on it but have definitely used something with a very similar smell. You only need a small amount as you add a touch of water to it to form a cream.
Swatch after water added

The cloth that you use has one soft side and the other is an exfoliator. Once you have formed the cream you rub into the skin for a few minutes. You then need to soak the cloth in warm water and use the soft side to wash off the cream and then use the exfoliating side after.
My skin felt amazing, clean and soft after use, I was a bit worried the exfoliator side was too harsh for my sensitive skin but in the end it was fine! Slightly tight feeling in the skin but I think that would be the water. I probably wouldn’t use it every day as it is a little time consuming but it will definitely be used up and repurchased if my bank balance allows me 😉
It’s £34 for 100ml and 3 cloths are £10
Anyone else tried this? What are your thoughts? x

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